This weekend marks 100 days since Britain voted to leave the EU, sparking the most extraordinary period for UK politics in living memory.
The EU referendum result set in train an unprecedented series of events – with huge stories seemingly unfolding on a daily basis.
We’ve seen the downfall of one Prime Minister, David Cameron – and the battle to replace him.
There followed the rise of Theresa May and the unlikely appointment of Boris Johnson as foreign secretary.
Nigel Farage, the foremost proponent of Brexit decided his work here was done, and quit. Again.
And the Labour party suffered an existential crisis – with dozens of Shadow Cabinet members resigning in a bid to oust Jeremy Corbyn as leader.
It was a year’s worth of big news stories, crammed into a few short weeks. Here’s a roundup of the highlights and low points.
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